I often leave these until February because it offers more time to think up what I would hope to achieve. However, I have a head-start on this for 2023 as a result of a quieter christmas period. For the coming year I am wanting to do a few things:
I ask this question, sincerely, because it is increasingly apparent that this topic is deeply nuanced. Let me rabble on a bit, it will be a mess...
First time user experience of Clearlinux and a returning user of Gnome.
I've been looking at getting a new watch for a while now. I haven't used one for many years and, recently, have been realising the perils of checking my phone to see the time and the following time spent checking notifications etc., that come from just checking the time.
I had heard about the PineTime from when I was looking at a replacement laptop; the perenially out of stock Pinebook Pro. The watch, as was, was only available as a development unit and recently became available as a wearable watch. I have no development skills, resultantly I am using and writing this as an enthusiast. The time had come; watch was purchased.
This will be the last bit on #veganuary. It didn't end on a high note, as can be seen below.
It was definitely a worthwhile excercise, to participate, though not going 100% in on it. I like to think it is possible to do so in future. We will certainly be attempting to eat as closely to vegan diet as possible, as we were prior to this but, evidently, not as well as we could have.
After a second week of trying out Veganuary, we slipped a little with a few non-vegan dishes slipping in. These two meals will likely follow through to our end approach to our meal-times. As much as we love vegan food, it doesn't work for us perfectly and have found, previously, that a meal or two per week that contains meat products works best.